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Taken 3 (sometimes stylized as TAK3N) is a 2014 English-language French action-thriller film directed by Olivier Megaton and written by Luc Besson and Robert Mark Kamen. It is the third and final installment in the Taken trilogy. A co-production between France, Spain and the United States, the film stars Liam Neeson, Forest Whitaker, Maggie Grace and Famke Janssen.
The film was released in Germany in late 2014, and then in the United States on 9 January 2015 by 20th Century Fox and in France on 21 January 2015 by EuropaCorp Distribution. It grossed $326 million worldwide, but received generally unfavorable reviews from critics.
Retired CIA officer Bryan Mills, visits his daughter, Kim, to deliver an early birthday gift. After an awkward visit, he invites his former wife, Lenore, to dinner. Although she declines, she later shows up at his apartment and tells him about her marital problems, but says she wants to make it work. Later, her husband, Stuart, tells Bryan never to see his wife again. Stuart secretly uses Bryan s phone to arrange a meeting with Lenore, making it appear that Bryan sent and then deleted the message. Lenore is kidnapped when she arrives for the bogus meeting.
The next morning, Bryan receives a text from Lenore asking to meet for breakfast. When Bryan returns home, he discovers Lenore s body. Two LAPD officers immediately appear to arrest him, but Bryan subdues two officers, leads other officers on a chase through the neighborhood, disappears into the sewer system, and escapes. Meanwhile, LAPD Detective Frank Dotzler reviews Bryan s background.
Bryan retreats to a safe house equipped with weapons and surveillance electronics. He retraces Lenore s final movements to a gas station and obtains the surveillance footage showing her being abducted by men with distinctive hand tattoos. LAPD detectives arrive to arrest him, but Bryan hijacks the police cruiser and downloads phone records from an LAPD database onto a thumb drive. He contacts Kim at Lenore s funeral via a camera hidden in his friend Sam s suit, and instructs her to maintain her very predictable schedule. Bryan arranges to meet with her later and removes a surveillance bug, which Dotzler planted on her. Kim tells Bryan that she is pregnant, and that Stuart is acting scared and has hired bodyguards.
Bryan chases Stuart s car, but a pursuing SUV ambushes him, forcing his car over a cliff. Bryan survives, hijacks another car, and follows the attackers to a roadside liquor store. Bryan kills the men, then abducts and interrogates Stuart using waterboarding. Stuart confesses that his former business partner and ex-Russian Spetsnaz operator, Oleg Malankov, murdered Lenore because Stuart owes him money; Stuart exposed Bryan s identity to Malankov out of jealousy.
With assistance from his old colleagues and a nervous Stuart, Bryan gains entry to Malankov s heavily secured penthouse. After Bryan kills Malankov s guards and fights Malankov, a mortally-wounded Malankov reveals that Stuart planned Lenore s murder and framed Bryan as part of a business deal to collect a $12,000,000 life insurance policy. Malankov adds that when Stuart failed to kill Bryan, he used Bryan to try and kill Malankov so Stuart could keep the insurance money.
Meanwhile, Stuart abducts Kim, intending to flee with the money. Under police pursuit, Bryan arrives at the airport in Malankov s Porsche as Stuart s private plane is preparing for takeoff. After destroying the landing gear with the Porsche, Bryan overpowers Stuart. Heeding Kim s pleas, Bryan refrains from killing Stuart, but warns him to expect retribution if he escapes justice or receives a reduced prison sentence. Dotzler and the LAPD arrive and arrest Stuart while Bryan is cleared.
In the aftermath, Kim tells Bryan she wants to name her baby after her mother if it s a girl.
- Liam Neeson as Bryan Mills
- Forest Whitaker as Inspector Frank Dotzler
- Maggie Grace as Kim Mills
- Famke Janssen as Lenore Mills-St. John
- Dougray Scott as Stuart St. John
- Sam Spruell as Oleg Malankov
- Leland Orser as Sam Gilroy
- Jon Gries as Mark Casey
- David Warshofsky as Bernie Harris
- Jonny Weston as Jimmy
- Don Harvey as Detective Garcia
- Dylan Bruno as Detective Smith
- Al Sapienza as Detective Johnson
On 28 September 2012, Liam Neeson said that there would not be a third film, or that the chances of Taken 3 happening were minimal. Later, in October 2012, the screenwriters for the first two films told Hollywood that 20th Century Fox and EuropaCorp wanted them to do a third film, but it would go in another direction. As of 24 June 2013, the script was being written by the film writers, but no director was set. On 12 March 2014, Maggie Grace joined the cast, followed by closing a deal with Famke Janssen the next day. On 24 March 2014, Leland Orser also returned to play his character, as did Jon Gries. On 31 March 2014, Jonny Weston signed on to appear in the film as Kim s boyfriend. Neeson asked for and was paid $20 million for the role, as the film only cost $48 million to make, his pay alone was nearly half the budget.
Principal photography of the film began on 29 March 2014 in Los Angeles, as well as in Atlanta. On 24 April 2014, filming began in Covington, Georgia, where they filmed scenes at Newton College & Career Academy over the course of two days.
Nathaniel Méchaly was set to score the film.
All songs written and composed by Nathaniel Méchaly except where noted.
|1.||Taken 3 Opening||0:35|
|2.||Let Me Weep (Written and performed by Gaelle Mechaly)||2:54|
|3.||Toes (Performed by Glass Animals)||4:17|
|5.||Lenore Is Dead||1:41|
|7.||A Stutter (Written and performed by Ólafur Arnalds and Arnor Dan)||5:09|
|8.||He s Playing You||1:37|
|9.||Bryan s Escape||4:09|
|10.||He Didn t Do It||2:23|
|14.||Fourth Yogurt from the Back||1:27|
|15.||Malankov s Penthouse||2:40|
|16.||Up to the Russians||1:28|
|17.||He s a Ghost||3:03|
|18.||Bryan s Grief||6:13|
|23.||Infinity (Written and performed by The xx)||5:40|
A trailer of Taken 3 the film saw its release on January 1, 2015 in Hong Kong and South Korea; on January 8, the film was released in the UK, in Spain on January 16, in France on January 21 and on February 12 in Italy.
20th Century Fox released the film on 9 January 2015 in the United States. The film was released under the title of Taken 3 – L ora della verità in Italy, Búsqueda implacable 3 in Mexico, V3nganza in Spain, 96 Hours — Taken 3 in Germany and Заложница 3 in Russia.
Taken 3 employed a somewhat unconventional marketing strategy with business-focused social network LinkedIn selecting one fan to have his or her particular set of LinkedIn skills endorsed by Liam Neeson s character Mills (a nod to a line in the first Taken, where Mills outlined his very particular set of skills ).
The film grossed $89.3 million in North America and $236.5 million in other territories for a worldwide gross of $326.4 million, against a budget of $55 million.
In North America, the film earned $14.7 million on its opening day (including previews), which is the fourth-highest opening day for a film released in January behind 2015 s American Sniper ($30.5 million), 2008 s Cloverfield ($17.16 million) and 2012 s The Devil Inside ($16.8 million). It topped the box office in its opening weekend with $39.2 million against a $38 – $39 million projection, making it the second highest debut in the Taken franchise behind Taken 2 ($49 million) and the fourth-highest January opening of all time behind American Sniper ($89.2 million), Ride Along ($41.5 million) and Cloverfield ($40.1 million).
Outside North America, the film opened a week prior to its US debut in South Korea and Hong Kong, and earned $8 million and $1.27 million, respectively, for a total of $9.34 million. In its actual opening weekend outside of North America, the film was #2 behind Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, earning $41 million from 4,730 screens in 36 markets. Highest international openings were witnessed in the UK and Malta ($10.86 million) and Australia ($4.8 million). It also went #1 in Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. The film opened to first place in the UK with $5.5 million, and debuted in Germany with $4.4 million, Russia with $2.2 million, Philippines with $2.5 million, which is the second-biggest opening ever for 20th Century Fox, and Spain with $1.2 million.
The film was poorly received by critics, with most of the criticisms directed at the film s action sequences, plot, direction, and film editing, though the acting was praised. On Rotten Tomatoes the film holds a rating of 12%, based on 115 reviews, with an average rating of 3.6/10, becoming the worst-rated film of the trilogy. The site s critical consensus reads, Hampered by toothless PG-13 action sequences, incoherent direction, and a hackneyed plot, Taken 3 serves as a clear signal that it s well past time to retire this franchise. On Metacritic the film has a score of 26 out of 100, based on 30 critics, indicating generally unfavorable reviews.
Nicolas Rapold of The New York Times gave the film a negative rating, writing, The logy screenplay, by Luc Besson and Robert Mark Kamen, sags under head-clutchingly banal dramatic scenes. Only Liam Neeson s appeal somehow survives unscathed, perhaps the most impressive stunt of all. Maggie Lee of Variety also went negative for the film, saying, The third and presumably final installment of the Liam Neeson action franchise is a mind-numbing, crash-bang misfire . Betsy Sharkey of the Los Angeles Times, giving the film a negative review, writes, Taken 3 is so unintentionally hilarious I couldn t help but wonder — do movie contracts carry a humiliation bonus clause these days? Joe Neumaier of New York Daily News gave the film 0 stars out of 5, saying, Here it s the audience that gets taken .
Mick LaSalle of the San Francisco Chronicle gave the film a negative review, saying, If you love the other Taken movies, you will like this. But if you re determined to love it, you ll have to talk yourself into it — and even then, it might not work. Ignatiy Vishnevetsky of The A.V. Club gave the film a C− grade, stating, Because Mills hyper-competence never seems exciting, it instead becomes giggle-inducing. Peter Travers of Rolling Stone gave the film zero stars, commenting, Be warned, sequel fanboys: This thing sucks! At 62, Neeson still has a glare that means badass. Nothing else makes a damn lick of sense. The only thing getting taken is the audience.
Conversely, the film received a more positive review from Amy Nicholson of LA Weekly, who gave the film a grade of C, saying, All you need to know about Taken 3 is that Liam Neeson survives an explosive car crash — twice . Kyle Anderson of Entertainment Weekly also went positive with the review by giving the film a B− grade, commenting, It s the weakest of the trilogy, but Taken 3 kicks just hard enough to survive another day.
In CinemaScore polls conducted during the opening weekend, cinema audiences gave Taken 3 an average grade of B+ on an A+ to F scale, the same as its predecessor.
|Teen Choice Awards||Choice Movie Actress: Action||Maggie Grace||Nominated|
|People s Choice Awards||Favorite Thriller Movie||Won|
|Plot||Accused of a ruthless murder he never committed or witnessed, Bryan Mills goes on the run and brings out his particular set of skills to find the true killer and clear his name.|
|Awards||Awards, 3 wins & 2 nominations|
|Writers||Luc Besson, Robert Mark Kamen|
|Stars||Liam Neeson, Forest Whitaker, Maggie Grace|
|Produced by||Luc Besson,Michael Mandaville,Fernando Victoria de Lecea|
|Music by||Nathaniel Méchaly|
|Cinematography by||Eric Kress|
|Film Editing by||Audrey Simonaud,Nicolas Trembasiewicz|
|Production Design by||Sébastien Inizan|
|Art Direction by||Christophe Couzon,Natacha Hatch,Dominique Moisan,Nanci Roberts|
|Set Decoration by||Linda Spheeris,Virginie Tissot|
|Costume Design by||Olivier Bériot|
|Makeup Department||Frédérique Arguello,Suzanna Boykin,Leay Cangelosi,Jerry Constantine,Michèle Constantinides,Barbara Dally,Frédérique Foglia,Jennifer Giragos,Ketty Gonzalez,Dugg Kirkpatrick,Todd Kleitsch,Géraldine Lemaire,Patricia McAlhany Glasser,Brian McManus,Myke Michaels,Bill Myer,Nina Paskowitz,Bryan Reynolds,Stéphane Robert,Ren Rohling,Noriko Watanabe,Scott Wheeler|
|Production Management||Pierre Accolas,Sarah Bonnet,Karelle Ciana,Henri Deneubourg,Antoine du Merle,Jérémy Fernandez,Frank R. Gardner,Jean-Marc Gullino,Lidia Martínez Arnaiz,Guillaume Parent,Jason Pinardo,Jason Pomerantz,Carlos Ruiz Boceta|
|Second Unit Director or Assistant Director||Ludovic Bernard,Trent Dempsey,Cristina Freitas,Kevin Frilet,Winter Goury du Roslan,Bri Hervey,Sandie Louit,Matt McKinnon,Marie Rolindes|
|Art Department||Ian J. Anderson,Lorie Arms,R. Travis Beck,Jérôme Billa,Amandine Blanc,Wren Boney,Robert Bullock Jr.,Sébastien Chauvat,Lane Cheek,Christophe Couzon,Jonathan Delerue,Vincent Deslandes,Russ Dickerson,Nicolas Doerler,Seay Earehart,Scott Einbinder,Carole Esnault,Anais Favre,Jeff Ginn,Tristan Girault,Jessica Ann Grit,Nelson Hagood,Emmanuelle Hoessly,Erwan Inizan,Virginie Irdel,Preston Jacob,William Craig Johnson,Lauren Lebow,Amanda Leigh,Devon Lombardi,Michael Luce,Sean Macomber,Bret McKee,Nicolas Migot,Walt Mikolwski,Julie Mons,Thomas Morange,Trish Navarro,Antonio Nogueira,Pat Oldknow,Thibaut Peschard,Sarah Regan,Jefry Shebroe,Benjamin Stierle,Lisa Ternon,Bertrand Terreyre,Duke Tomasick,Maëlys Deschard Valin,Martinus Van Lunen,Linda Verzi,Amanda Ward,Taurus Williams,Jay Womer|
|Sound Department||Matthieu Autin,Jérémy Babinet,Guillaume Battistelli,Katia Boutin,Scott Brewster,Stéphane Bucher,Nicholas Cochran,Capucine Courau,Amaury de Nexon,Jorge Del Valle,Simon Diggins,Frederic Dubois,Mike Filosa,Steven Ghouti,Anne Gibourg,Loïc Gourbe,François Heller,Dean Humphreys,Guillaume Leriche,Alexis Marzin,Tim Maxwell,Guillaume Moutardier,Florian Penot,Philippe Penot,Brian Power,Jamison Rabbe,Jérôme Rabu,D.J. Ritchie,Keith Sasser,John Soukup,Clémence Stoloff,Trevor Stott,Evan J Haley|
|Special Effects by||Olivier Afonso,Steve Austin,Julie Birnbaum,Kenneth Bosse,John Carlucci,John C. Carlucci,Ronald Chico,Guillaume Colas,Anthony Cope,Lenny Dalrymple,Michael Duenas,Chabbal Frederic,Keith Owen Harris,Philippe Hubin,Jamie Lyn Kackert,Mark Koivu,Jean-Christophe Magnaud,Phillip S. Martin,Juan Ramón Molina,Stan Parks,Joe Perez,Elia P. Popov,DJ Silva,Tom Templeman,Bryan Wohlers|
|Visual Effects by||Jean-Louis Autret,Loïc Beguel,Rodolphe Chabrier,Julien Champroux,Carole Chanal,Estelle Chesneau,Estelle Chiron,Alexandre Cocault,Yoann Copinet,Rim Dabbous,Olivier Debert,Damien Delrue,Simon Descamps,Gerard Diefenthal,Vincent Dudouet,Sébastien Fauchère,Lucien Fostier,Mathieu Foucher,Anthony Fung,Mathilde Germi,Gilles Giordan,Stephan Guerin,Amélie Guyot,Yohann Hays,Anne-Gaelle Jolly,Jean-Antoine Lacolle,Mac Guff Line,Jérome Lionard,Sergeï Lourié,Jeanne Loyer,Peregrine McCafferty,Niranjan Siva,Stéphane Soubiran,Antoine Vandevoorde,Olivier Veau|
|Stunts||David Alessi,Frédéric Alhinho,Malki Attar,Cristin Azure,Donny Bailey,Tammie Baird,Stanton Barrett,Danya Bateman,Florian Beaumont,Greg Beickman,Christian Bergner,Marc Bizet,Richard Burden,Dacio Caballero,John Casino,Paul Chappell,Carl Ciarfalio,Ken Clark,Doug Coleman,Eliza Coleman,Marcelle Coletti,Brian Patrick Collins,Stephen Conroy,Clay Cullen,Steve M. Davison,Tim A. Davison,Nick DeKay,Laurent Demianoff,Loren Dennis,Oumar Diaoure,Lyne Doffagne,Yassin Draa,Shauna Duggins,Christophe Dupuis,Kofi Elam,Annie Ellis,Tom Erickson,Aren Farrington,Troy Faruk,Alain Figlarz,Jeremy Fry,Jérôme Gaspard,Vincent Gatinaud,Mickey Giacomazzi,Tim Gilbert,Allan Graf,Jean-Benoit Guillon,James M. Halty,Jessica Harbeck,Vladimir Houbart,Terry Jackson,Craig Johnson,Bobby Jordan,David Julienne,Michel Julienne,Ibrahima Keita,Sébastien Labie,Pascal Lavanchy,Scott Loeser,Jésus López,Brian Machleit,Boris Martinez,John Medalin,Franck Merenda,Juan Diego Montoya,T. Ryan Mooney,Ilya Nikitenko,Frédéric North,Marque Ohmes,Stéphane Orsolani,Sébastien Peres,Manny Perry,Bayland Rippenkroeger,Larry Rippenkroeger,Christophe Roblin,Brandy Rodríguez,Loïc Saintilan,Philip J Silvera,Lonnie R. Smith Jr.,César Solar,Pete Turner,Cuco Usín,Sebastien Vandenberghe,Mark Vanselow,Webster Whinery,Scott Wilder,Jim Wilkey,Harry Wowchuk,Danny Wynands,Merritt Yohnka,Chad Donella,Michael D. Jenkins,Al Sapienza|
|Camera and Electrical Department||Nolan Aldridge,Roger Arpajou,Cécile Arthuis,Monica Barronton,Carl Bartels,Camille Bertin,Anne Angèle Bertoli,John Betancourt,Fabrice Bismuth,Warren Brace,Jermaine Brantley,Keith Bronsdon,Jake Capistron,Pierrot Colonna,Christopher Cooley,Fanny Coustenoble,Pascal Delaunay,Lorenzo Donati,Fred Duffer,Tim Durr,Terry Fitzpatrick,Daniel Friedberg,Jan Gagnaire,Jerardo Gomez,Marco Graziaplena,Jimmy Harritos,Jason Hatcher,Kevin Hightower,Sammy Ray Hill,Spencer Hutchins,Whitney Jones,Andrew D. Keyes,Joel Kirton,Alan Koplin,Jean-Philippe Labille,Mathieu Lamand,Eric Larsen,Vincent Le Borgne,Michael Listorti,Jonathan Ly,Glen Magers,Aaron Marquette,John T. Martin,Timothy w. Martin,Daniel C. McFadden,Cody Mckinzie,Saul McSween,Adam Meadows,David Melhorn,Keith Mentze,Lawrence Montemayor,Greg Morse,Ian Myron,Chris Napolitano,Rose Neeley,Pierre O Halloran,Pierre Arnaud Ouvrard,Rémy Pigeard,Isabelle Planelles,Mathieu Poudevigne,Luc Poullain,Brennan Price,Giovanni Quéné,Malachi Roberts,Melvin Roberts,Allen Robinson,Anthony Ryan,Steve Samuelson,T. Daniel Scaringi,Lucas Schwartz,Michael J. Schwartz,Christopher Smitty Smith,Trisha Solyn,Benjamin Steeples,Danny Stephens,James Swanson,N. Owen Taylor Jr.,Jeffery A. Taylor,Felix Terreyre Saint-Cast,Benjamin Tessier,Bas Tiele,Jesse Toula,Renee Treyball,Sam Urdank,German Valle,Mohan Valmy,Tarina Van Den Driessche,Lance Jay Velazco,Randal Warren,Aaron Willis,Daniel Wurschl,Lev Yevstratov,Olivier Megaton,Patrick Sheetz|
|Animation Department||Jason Hatcher|
|Casting Department||Deanna Brigidi,Pierre-François Créancier,Adam Hochfeld,Olivier Sagne,Tammy L. Smith|
|Costume and Wardrobe Department||Chris Burns,Miracole Burns,Terri de Haan,Kim Rollins Dometrovich,Linda Lindsay Edwards,Marylin Fitoussi,Dustin Fletcher,Ferenc Fulmer,Julia Gombert,Edward Gould,Betsy Heimann,Lydia Jakubowski,Briana Lamb,Bob Moore Jr.,Peri Richards,Brenda Salivia,Barnaby Smith,Phillip Soulliere,Lori Stilson,Stéphanie Watrigant|
|Editorial Department||Miguel Bejo,Sophie Chatin,Greg Curry,Akrivi Fili,Clemence Gabrielidis,David Gallegos,Brian Gee,Nicolas Husquin,Frederic Jupin,Audrey Kleinclaus,Sandro Lavezzi,Ophelie Le Thomas-Lemeunier,Grégoire Lesturgie,Walter Mauriot,Charlotte Mazzinghi,Fady Melek,Timothy Llewellyn Moxey,Jeremie Oukrat,Jeffery L. Parks,Xavier Perrier,Valentin Perruffel,Carlo Rizzo,Jonathan Taylor,Cécile Vève,Daniel André|
|Location Management||Shelly Armstrong,Aurélien Chaillou,Robin Citrin,Sergio Díaz,Michael Glaser,Justin Harrold,Ronald M. Haynes,Philippe Letode,Anttonieo Madison,Mavra Peponis Mavra Peponi,Constance Nava,Andrew Nicholson,Caroline Nightbird,Sofia Ochoa,Jonathan Lee Owens,Robert Paulsen,Antonio Ramón,Sabina Porcelli Rinaldi,Patrick Rofoli,Lori Russell,Marc Del Santro,Kai Thorup,Shane Vazquez,Michael Woodruff|
|Music Department||Barbara Bright,Guillaume Clément,Jérôme Devoise,Antonio Gambale,Erich Lee,Alexandre Mahout,David Menke,Gaëlle Méchaly,Sarah Nemtanu,Lionel Privat,Stéphane Reichart,Marie Sabbah,Dan Weniger,Benjamin Wuthe|
|Script and Continuity Department||Louise Albon,Diane H. Newman,Chloé Rudolf|
|Transportation Department||Olivier Audibert,Samuel Wayne Beitz,John A. Brubaker,Holly Camp,Larinda Carnes,Olivier Chenevat,Antonio Cides,Matt DeAmicis,William M. DeLuca,Gary Duncan,Adam Fox,Eric Guinot,Geraldine Houton,James Jordan,William P. Lafon,Dan J. Latham II,Ghislain Le Guisquet,Danny Mabry,Chuck Mathews,Mark Maymo,Dennis McCarthy,Eric Miller,Fabrice Muller,Heath Reid,Richard Roggero,Ernest Rydberg,Kim Scandrick,Patrick Velasquez,Chris Walden,Ronald C. Young|
|Additional Crew||Eli Joshua Adé,Louise Albon,Steph Allen,Tyrez Armstead,Nano Arrieta,Benjamin Assayag,Agnès Berger Sébenne,Hayden Bilson,Julie Birnbaum,Matthieu Bled,Bolden,Joel Bosh,Bobby Burks,Joel Burnham,Jim Cadenhead,Emma Carissa,Brian A. Caruthers,Briana J. Castaneda,Karine Caumeil,Andy Chase,Jacinto Cirbián,David Coburn,Catherine A. Cospelich,Elizabeth Ryan Cowell,Gabrielle Daigremont,Court Dickert,Romuald Drault,Jeff Druszkowski,Sonia Duclos,Allison Furgal,Mark Italy Gamble,Larry Gilbert,Otniel Gonzalez,Silvia González Rangil,Anna Graham,Matthew Géczy,María Gómez de Liaño,Jason Habelow,Darrell Lee Hall,Adam Hamilton,Adam Haracz,Shelley Hatch,Ryan Hintz,James J.A. Houle,Eunita Isaac,Susan Iskiwitch,Mar Izquierdo Pombar,Milane Kang,Waléra Kanischtscheff,Tony Kochinas,Wayne Lamkay,Vincent Lassort,Aaron Leone,Marc Leroyer,Yuri Leuta,David Linck,Stéphane Linet,Alice Lipowczyk,Jordan Little,Shari Lomack,Joachim Lombard,Sandie Louit,Emilio R. López,Johnny Mandaville,Christophe Maratier,Maël Marivint,Paul Maurice,Romulo Mena,Miglen Mirtchev,Bárbara Morelos-Zaragoza,Heather Neeld,Frédéric North,Ben O Hara,Sergio Ochandiano,Patrick E. Padilla,Kirk Palmer,Louise Parker,Mario Parra Barba,Nate Patterson,Debbie Pearl,Nick Pistilli,Luc Poullain,Juan Poveda,Alan D. Purwin,Carl S. Pyrdum Jr.,Nubia Rahim,Myriam Rak,Olivier Raynal,Olivier Rippy,Bruce Roberts,Teresa Rosado,Natalia Ruiz Guillamón,Nico Santavicca,Ashley Renee Saunders,James Siler Jr.,Stephanie Simbari,Fran Smith,Joni Smith,Michael C. Smith,Kelly Socha,Todd Spears,Gabrielle Stein,Sasha Tandlich,Jaime Tenas García,Tyler Townsend,Landon Trawny,Pippa von Etzdorf,Marina Voznyuk,Shannon Williams,Cornell Willis,Anton Yakovlev,Tyler Atkinson,Ashley Gressen,José Miguel Lucas|
|Thanks||Claire Collobert Angelle,Kasim Reed,Anne Torres|
|Genres||Action, Crime, Thriller|
|Companies||EuropaCorp, M6 Films, Canal+|
|Countries||France, Spain, USA|
|Keywords||murder,death,on the run,final showdown,betrayal|